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Police and Peace Officers' Memorial Service

Sunday, September 24, 2017
Ottawa, Ontario

On September 24, 1998 the Government of Canada officially proclaimed the last Sunday of September of every year as Police and Peace Officers’ National Memorial Day. This National Memorial Day gives Canadians an opportunity each year to formally express appreciation for the dedication of police and peace officers, which made the ultimate tragic sacrifice to keep our communities safe.

Unfortunately, our comrades are falling at an alarming rate; six to eight officers a year for the last twenty-three years. In 1978 the first Memorial honoured 14 officers. In 2017 the names of over 860 fallen officers are engraved on the Honour Roll tablets, which are now located in their new temporary location, along the perimeter wall on Parliament Hill, near East Block, close to the Famous Five statues.